BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After days of shedding players from their roster, the Baltimore Ravens responded with their first big move — they are signing former Seattle Seahawks Safety Earl Thomas.

Thomas was signed to a four-year, $55 million deal, per reports from the NFL.

The Ravens confirmed the deal on principle pending the passing of physicals.

The 29-year-old is coming off a season where he fractured his leg.

Thomas will see his former teammates when the Ravens play the Seahawks in Seattle this season.

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  1. Well, congratulations to Earl. We appreciated his contributions here in Seattle but he turned himself into a real pain, last season, and we’ve moved on. I wish him all the best and I think you’ll all enjoy watching him play. But we’re more excited to see these new kids and watch them grow that watching Earl decline.

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